As the weather gets warmer, Margarita sipping becomes more popular. Although the lime-flavored classic still tops cocktail orders, these places are shaking up refreshing variations.

ABC Kitchen
New York City
Ginger Margarita with Sauza tres anejo tequila; $14

Boston, MA
Spiced Blood Orange Margarita: Blanco tequila, ginger spiced blood orange puree, lime; $10

Chicago, IL
Million Dollar Margarita: Hand squeezed fresh lime juice, Don Julio Reposado tequila, Grand Marnier, simple syrup; $6/ $12

Washington, D.C.
El Diablo Nuevo: Siembra Azul reposado, house-made cassis, fresh lime juice & ginger beer “air;” $12 

Yard House
Palm Beach, FL
Pomegranate Margarita: 1800 silver tequila, cointreau, sweet and sour, pomegranate syrup; $14

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